Disney Cruises, Carnival Cruise or Princess Cruises - Which Are the Best Cruise Lines for Kids by anamaulida


									To find the best cruise lines for kids, all the top ones, from Disney
cruises to Carnival cruises and all the others have had to make a
concerted effort to cater to children. The market for cruising keeping
the whole family in mind is huge, and Disney, Carnival, Princess Cruises,
and Royal Caribbean have all built much of their marketing around
programs to cater to cruise lines for kids. So let us explore what some
of the differences are, and obviously it will come down to personal
preference, but that should be knowledge-based.So here is how we would
rank the best cruise lines for kids, just based on personal amenities and
not factoring in costs:1. Disney Cruises. Not just because we are Disney
people, we think there is more for children than the others. This is not
surprising, as Disney has built its reputation and experience around
kids; it has developed its concept to make it a cruise line for kids-
friendly experience. A few things it can provide that are exclusive
Disney are its character breakfasts and parades with many of the Disney
characters, plus Castaway Cay, its own private island in the Caribbean
that their cruise ship stops at. There the whole family can swim, snorkel
and boat on the Castaway Family Beach. Prices for Disney cruises will
tend to be somewhat higher.2. Carnival Cruises. It doesn't match Disney
with the identifiable characters and Disney ambiance, but it would rank
with older children. Rock climbing walls, miniature golf, basketball
courts, and teen discos are among the amenities of these floating cities
that are Carnival cruises. Also, they are the only cruise line that lets
kids age 12 to 17 take part in shore excursions as separate groups.3.
Norwegian Cruises. In 2010 Norwegian cruises announced a partnership with
Nickelodeon, therefore making it a player as a cruise line for kids.
Norwegian's Kids' Crew program will bring the Nick-themed elements into
their entertainment package, with an added element for older kids being
the Epic Plunge, a three story water slide, the only one of its kind at
sea.4. Princess Cruises. Always having a reputation as being family
friendly, although not to the standards of Disney as one of the cruise
lines for kids, Princess cruises offers a wonderful children's program.
Some people have shown a preference for it simply because it is not
totally packed with kids, offering more attention to the individual than
some of the others.5. Royal Caribbean Cruises. Teaming with Shrek and
DreamWorks Animation, you will find royal Caribbean to have a bit more of
a movie theme to its entertainment. Movie-themed games and DreamWorks
Animation movies in 3D are part of the entertainment available on Royal
Caribbean cruises.As you can see, when deciding which are the best cruise
lines for kids, a lot has to do with what you are looking for, as Disney,
Carnival, Princess cruises and the rest have their special niche. By
spending some time reading a good cruise guide found on our website, many
of your cruise questions can be quickly answered.

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